Dr.SubraMANI Paramasivam is a Data Platform MVP, Microsoft Certified Trainer and Principal Solutions Architect at DAGEOP Ltd with 21+ years of DB, BI and Analytics experience. Mani is also a frequent speaker in events like PASS Summit, Data & BI Summit, Data Platform Summit, SQL Saturdays, SQLServerGeeks Summit, SQLBITS, MCT Summits, SQL Relay, INSIDESQL UK, Data Awareness Programmes, Data Day Events.
Mani likes to enlighten the education & data and started his own FREE data awareness programme (www.dataap.org & www.EmpoweringEveryPerson.com) in remote areas who are in need. Mani speaks a lot about Performance Tuning, Analytics, DB & SQL Server Architecture, DBA, Partitioning, Resource Governor, Disaster Recovery, High Availability, Development, T-SQL Programming and Microsoft certifications.
Dr. Subramani Paramasivam has submitted 4 sessions for SQLBits 2019, although the agenda hasn't been chosen yet. See all submitted sessions.

Pending Sessions

A live demo of assembling Raspberry Pi, Breadboard, Temperature sensor will be performed to extract current temperature data and push to IoT Hub, Stream analytics & live streaming Power BI with Python.
This certification exam prep session is designed for people with analysing, modeling and visualizing Data knowledge/expertise and are interested in taking the 70-778.
Power BI is one of the best BI tool ever built. R is a great statistical analysis platform and combining these 2 is going to be a great experience in presenting the advanced R Analytics in Power BI.
Empowering Every Person with Power BI, has been selected as Jury Award Winner, headed by Will Thompson (Microsoft) in Data & BI Summit in Dublin. A great opportunity to experience the same in SQLBITS.


Previous Sessions

What are the techniques to implement linked reports, subscriptions, report history, snapshot options, editing report using browser based Report Builder? Find out in this session.
There are still environments which serve one single SQL Server database for both critical applications & reporting. Budgeting issues and infrastructure bottlenecks kill the application to be better managed and maintained. What could be the solution?
As we have always seen a steady growth in SSRS since 2005, we now have much more advanced brand new features in 2016 SQL Server Reporting Services, beyond our imagination and in particular using Revolution R Models.
There has always been a challenge of publishing an on-prem developed reports to external clients (non-AD users). Is this achievable with the latest SQL Server 2017 with RLS enabled?